Secure networks start here.™Designed to serve as your modern low-cost, low-power production platform of choice for cost-sensitive edge and communication appliances. The RCC-VE 2440 works as the core for your intelligent CPE, VoIP PBX, Internet Gateway, firewall, VPN router or layered security appliance. This fanless Intel Atom (Rangeley) based advanced communication platform is designed with low power requirements for long life and solid reliability. When it is time for volume deployment, Netgate can supply RCC-VE as an OEM branded, customized solution to fit your specifications.
The dual core Intel C2358 processor with Intel QuickAssist integrated accelerator sports four 10/100/1000 Mb Ethernet ports, 4 GB of DDR3L memory, and 32 GB of onboard eMMC flash memory for program storage. You can expand this system with additional program and data storage through either the mSATA or SATA II ports. Additional communications options are possible with miniPCIe slots for WiFi or 3G/4G/LTE cellular cards.
Ships with CentOS 7 installed. Reload with your operating system of choice.
The base price includes the Netgate RCC-VE 2440 system board preloaded with CentOS 7, with additional packages to support all available cores on this platform, including QuickAssist.Enhance your system to suit your specific needs with:
Please contact Netgate Sales for custom options: Board, enclosure, software, power and system modifications are possible with MOQ.
Fanless machine that has Intel QAT & AES-NI support works perfectly. After running pfSense CE on a old, loud, 4U Intel Xeon server, this diminutive machine handles my FiOS & VPN connections with ease all the while being "Green" and friendly to my electric bill. Great product and will probably purchasing more in the future.
Compatible with a lot of linux distribution and BSD. Stable and silent. You can put your logo on it and replace any smb router.
As a software engineer in the network security space, I quickly became tired of the typical consumer/prosumer home networking equipment. So I decided to create my own Linux based router. The hardware is rock solid and have had 0 issues. The documentation and quick start guides have been excellent at showing how to get connected and install a different OS (I like the bleeding edge and went with Arch Linux). I am running Suricata in inline IPS mode on this and have tested it at over 100Mbps of sustained traffic (although Suricatas resource requirements are also dependent on the traffic mix). I have yet to put a wireless card in this as I am still waiting for it to come in. Overall this machine is exactly what I was looking for and I was not disappointed. Also being fanless I was expecting it to get a lot warmer as all my old consumer routers could almost burn you with the heat they gave off. However, this machine even under load is barely warm to the touch.